Last modified: 2020-05-02 by rick wyatt
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Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is located approximately 25 km northeast of Peterborough, Ontario. The First Nation territory consists of a mainland peninsula and large island (Fox Island) on Buckhorn and Chemong Lake. Curve Lake First Nation also co-owns smaller islands located throughout the Trent Severn Waterway system. The total land base of the First Nation is approximately 900 hectares.
The flag is white with the emblem in the center featuring an eagle with wings outspread standing on a pipe, from which hangs a red sign with the name in yellow.